CHRISTMAS STOLLEN Tutorial | Yeners Cake Tips by Serdar Yener from Yeners Way

CHRISTMAS STOLLEN Tutorial | Yeners Cake Tips by Serdar Yener from Yeners Way



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48 thoughts on “CHRISTMAS STOLLEN Tutorial | Yeners Cake Tips by Serdar Yener from Yeners Way

  1. My family has a German/Lutheran tradition on both sides but no Stollen history at all! We received one from a friend this Christmas and I am amazed I haven't known about it; the love, care, and tenderness with which you create this gift is truly inspirational. Thank you, and many more Christmases to you.

  2. I wonder what adjustments would have to be made for 2,000 meter (6,000 feet) altitude.I'm guessing an increase in flour, increase in liquid, decrease in yeast, higher baking temperature and reduced baking time. I would really like to try this recipe as it looks without equal.

  3. When this video first came out I already made a stollen a week prior from a recipe I found online. It was nice but not what I was looking for. Yesterday I made this recipe: it came out amazing! Thank you 🌹.

  4. Nice baking ! Please watch Luca Stangl on YouTube he's 13 years old from Austria and sings and plays the accordion ! He has had a YouTube channel for 4 years ! Luca Stangl on YouTube ! He has Christmas songs too !

  5. Cok tessekurler ederim, Yener! What a clear, professional explanation without any distracting techniques or music. It is a model lesson from start to finish. I like how you make your video tutorials and the organization of your recipe. I have two friends coming over in a while to make Stollen, and I was going to use another recipe, and then decided just to browse some tutorials when I saw your name, and I remembered how great your last video I saw was. So I ran to a bakery supply shop, to the store for bread flour, and now I feel confident that we can watch your video, step by step, and produce some beautiful stollen!

  6. Chef Yener, You have taken me back to my childhood. (We're close in age.) I remember my grandmother and mother working all day to make Stolen for the holidays. So many wonderful tips and advice! I remember my mother ONLY mixing the doughs on the butcher block by hand for the exact same reasons you explained. It may not be Christmas, but living in California, I have plenty of oranges and it would be a good time to get some of those cooked up and canned for my next adventure. I'll let you know how this goes. Thank you so so much!

  7. I made this today! They look great, but wrapped it up and want to wait until Christmas to try them. Is there a reason we don't butter and sugar the bottom?
    Merry Christmas!!

  8. Merhaba Yener Bey. Videolarınızı Türkçe altyazılı paylasirsaniz biz de faydalanıriz. İngilizce çok video var. Türkçe altyazılı olmamasının bir nedeni var mı acaba. Teşekkürler.

  9. That is true baking, getting your hands in it, knowing the feel of the dough. It looks delicious!. I so wish I weren't allergic to dairy and wheat…I can 'taste' it in my heart. Blessings!

  10. Tow years ago I was looking for some videos to improve my English. .and accidentally I opened one of your videos. .since then I forgot all about English and started cake decorating learning. .

  11. That packaging is BEAUTIFUL!!!MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!! Can't wait for January to see what you have in store for us!!…. Thank you sir and God bless you and yours…

  12. Merry Christmas! Loved the video! Unfortunately I have to make 2 cakes so I won't have time to make the stollen, but it sounds wonderful! And I'm so glad you made all 12 at once! I thought at 1st you were only doing 1! I love the care you take in doing everything. Where I work, all they care about is speed. I'm so thankful for your videos! I would love to have you as a personal mentor, but at least I have the videos to watch over and over! Thank you so much!

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